We've already gotten a glimpse at the still-unannounced T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note laying around in the wild, but if you prefer your leaked images to be of the press render variety, today's your lucky day. Some renders of a T-Mobile-branded Galaxy Note have surfaced thanks to Cell Phone Signal, and they look fairly similar to the aforementioned "in the wild" photos that popped up back in April. Up top we can see a T-Mobile logo as well as a front-facing camera to the right of the earpiece, and at the bottom of the device's face is a Samsung tattoo along with a set of four capacitive navigation keys.
As for when you T-Mobile folk will be able to get your mitts on the Galaxy Note, it's rumored that the device will be arriving with Android 4.0 on July 11, which also happens to be the date shown in the render up above. Cell Phone Signal claims the device will support 850/1900MHz bands for HSPA+ in addition to the usual T-Mobile AWS connectivity, a feature that'll allow it to take advantage of T-Mobile's 1900MHz spectrum refarming efforts. So now that purported release date of the T-Mobile Galaxy Note is getting close, how many of you Magenta folk are considering picking one up?